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Why do so many business leaders resort to trendy programs and pithy slogans when trying to improve performance? Why do some organizations experience constant peak performance and others travel from peak-to-valley-to-peak-to-valley? How can organizations remain competitive despite the speed of change occuring in today's business climate? How can every organization experience genuine, ongoing success?
In Revolution: Take Charge Strategies for Business Success, leading business consultant, Jim Tompkins, addresses these crucial questions, offering business leaders proven strategies to harness the energy of change and attain Peak-to-Peak Performance.
Showing the correlation between Reolution and change in the business environment, every chapter begins with a Revolution principle followed by a thorough application of that principle to Organizational Revolution.
With plenty of timely sidebars, dozens of real-life examples, and a call to action at the end of every chapter, this book is designed to never make it to your bookshelf-it will stay on your desk as constant direction and inspiration.
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Jim Tompkins is the president and founder of Tompkins Associates, a global Total Operations consulting, implementation and material handling integration firm. For more than 30 years, his practical expertise and leadership has helped hundreds of companies achieve Total Operations excellence.
Jim is the author of, or contributor to, 21 books and more than 500 articles in industry journals. Jim is a much sought after speaker, and has presented more than 3,000 seminars, speeches, roundtables and workshops to executive level audiences worldwide.
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Book Description Tompkins Associates, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Galley ed. Seller Inventory # DADAX0965865940
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